Comfrey Cream | Symphytum officinale

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Comfrey Cream

£10.70 60g       

Comfrey Cream  (Symphytum officinale)

This preparation combines the benefits of both the water and oil soluble constituents of comfrey. The healing and stimulating properties of comfrey on both connective and epithelial tissue are legendary. The wheatgerm oil is also healing and evening primrose oil soothes inflamed and irritated skin. This cream is ideal for use on slow healing wounds, scars and for strengthening skin that is fragile and easily cracks.

Ingredients:

Symphytum officinale leaf (infusion); Symphytum officinale leaf (oil); Prunus amygdalus dulcis Oil; Glyceryl Stearate SE; Glycerin; Ethylhexyl stearate; Butyrospermun parkii; Cetearyl Alcohol; Oenothera biennis Oil; Triticum sativum Oil; Tocopherol; Sodium carbomer; Phenoxyethanol; Benzyl Alcohol; Potassium Sorbate.

Apply as required.

Some authorities state that comfrey should be used with care on deep and infected wounds to avoid the possibility of ?locking in? deep infections by promoting rapid surface healing.

Always conduct a patch test before using any new cream.


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This preparation combines the benefits of both the water and oil soluble constituents of Comfrey. The healing and stimulating properties of comfrey on both connective and epithelial tissue are legendary. The wheatgerm oil is also healing and evening primrose oil soothes inflamed and irritated skin. This cream is ideal for use on slow healing wounds, scars and for strengthening skin that is fragile and easily cracks.

Active Ingredients

Comfrey leaf infusion and comfrey macerated oil (in olive oil) wheatgerm oil, evening primrose oil, shea butter, and Vitamin E.

Precautions:

Some authorities state that comfrey should be used with care on deep and infected wounds to avoid the possibility of ?locking in? deep infections by promoting rapid surface healing.


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